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BROADCOM macht mit
NOKIA das große Geschäft. Die Finnen wollen sich aus
der Entwicklung der Chips für den Betrieb ihrer Handys
zurückziehen. Kurz- und mittelfristig wird NOKIA davon profitieren,
da die Entwicklungs- und Produktionskosten deutlich
fallen. Langfristig aber wird NOKIA mit dem Problem
zu kämpfen haben, sich vom Rest der anderen Handyhersteller
absetzen zu können. Nur wer eigene Chips und Software
entwickelt, wird der Innovationsführer bleiben.
Doch zu den Gewinnern dieser neuen Konstellation gehört
BROADCOM. Das Unternehmen hat von NOKIA den
Zuschlag für die Belieferung mit EDGE-Kommunikationschips bekommen und damit für die kommenden vier
Quartale ausgesorgt. Die Gewinnerwartungen bewegen sich nun bei einer Gewinndynamik, die sich zwischen
45 % im laufenden und 374 % im 2. Quartal 2008 bewegt. Das aktuelle KGV von 74 wirkt zwar abschreckend,
aber mit dem Geschäft von NOKIA wird das KGV im nächsten Jahr auf 26 fallen.
Angesichts dieser Dynamik und
der ausgesprochen attraktiven Charttechnik belebe ich hier mal wieder die Diskussion.Zumal Broadcom sich heute einen neuen dicken Fisch geangelt hat.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Wireless chipmaker Broadcom said on Sunday that number-two mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics was shipping next-generation handsets that use its chips to cellular operators.

The 3G phones, which can surf the Web and download data from the Internet faster than previous generations of phones, are on their way to operators in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and elsewhere, Broadcom said.

Number-one mobile phone maker Nokia has said it would buy phone chips from STMicroelectronics, Broadcom and Infineon, potentially decreasing the clout of market leaders Qualcomm and Texas Instruments, Nokia's long-time supplier.

Investors saw those earlier deals as key wins for Broadcom and STMicro as business from the leading mobile phone maker could promise a big-enough increase in sales volume to help them shoulder the cost of competing in the cash-intensive chip industry.

"The combined market share of those two companies (Nokia and Samsung) represents a significant market opportunity," said Yossi Cohen, who manages Broadcom's mobile platforms group.

Last year TI and Qualcomm each had about 20 percent of the mobile phone chip market, according to iSuppli. With a roughly 9 percent share, Freescale Semiconductor was next, but it is expected to lose market share as its main client, Motorola Inc, has also added TI and Qualcomm as suppliers.

Broadcom had a 1.4 percent market share in 2006 and STMicro had an almost 6 percent share.

The Broadcom chips that Samsung selected for its SGH-J750 and SGH-A401 3G phones include its BCM2133 EDGE baseband processor, the BCM2141 WCDMA co-processor, the BCM2045 Bluetooth transceiver and the BCM59001 power management unit.

Shares of Irvine, California-based Broadcom have risen 15 percent this year, compared with a 5.6 percent increase in the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index.

Nocheinmal der Hinweis auf die Charttechnik,eine seit einem Jahr laufende Seitwertsbewegung wurde heute nach oben durchbrochen.

Gruß hope2
Press Release Source: Broadcom Corporation; BRCM Broadband

Broadcom(R) VDSL2 Technology Deployed by Ericsson for EDA Broadband Access Products
Tuesday October 9, 8:00 am ET
Support of Multimode ADSL2+/VDSL2 Service Results in Better Triple-Play Services and Expanded Service Offerings for Ericsson Customers

BERLIN, Oct. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Broadband World Forum 2007 -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM - News), a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, today announced that its standards- compliant and interoperable VDSL2 chipset has been selected by Ericsson (Nasdaq: ERIC - News) for their industry-leading EDA Broadband Access product line. The Broadcom® VDSL2 technology has been a cornerstone for Ericsson in the race to be one of the first companies to introduce standards-based VDSL2 for its customers, enabling them to roll-out advanced triple-play services such as IPTV.

Broadcom's powerful BladeRunner(TM) DSL chipset offers a broad range of capabilities that result in a vastly improved user experience for subscribers of telecommunications triple-play services. Based on this technology, Ericsson's EDA VDSL2 (very-high-bit-rate DSL) platform is a new generation broadband solution that provides access speeds of up to 100 Megabits per second (Mbps) over existing copper networks enabling simplified network structure and enhanced cost-efficiency for operators.

The integration of Broadcom's technology in Ericsson's EDA VDSL2 portfolio is a result of a long-term cooperation initiated in 2001. Since then, Ericsson has been one of the leading suppliers in the IP DSLAM market with solutions deployed globally in more than 100 networks to date. With the introduction of Broadcom VDSL2, Ericsson continues its technological leadership in the IP DSLAM market.

"Ericsson's adoption of our BladeRunner chipset is a strong validation of Broadcom's leadership in ADSL2+/VDSL2 and FTTx markets," said Greg Fischer, Vice President and General Manager of Broadcom's Carrier Access line of business. "Ericsson's customers can now accelerate mass deployment of triple- play services as a result of the flexibility of our ADSL2+ and VDSL2 solutions. These solutions will enable all types of deployments through deep fiber solutions, allowing Ericsson's customers to look forward to new IP services with improved performance and reduced service provisioning complexity and scalability issues."

Broadcom silicon and software solutions bring unparalleled capabilities to the industry, addressing all aspects of successful deployments of DSL-based services such as:

-- Video enabling features including its newly released PhyR(TM) impulse
noise protection technology, and the existing seamless rate
adaptation (SRA), channel bonding and header compression techniques
all of which increase capacity, quality and service coverage.
-- Enhanced power and performance including firmware capabilities to
optimize power, reach and spectral flexibility for all FTTx
deployments such as multi-moding with flexible band plan tuning
(with or without upstream zero), dynamic spectral management, and
power back offs combined with existing embedded power management

These highly flexible digital signal processor (DSP) and software architectures enable Broadcom to offer unique DSL solutions that allow the rapid integration of standards-compliant ADSL2+ and VDSL2 technology, seamless field upgrades, and most importantly, the industry's best multi-vendor interoperability platforms.

Broadcom's Broadband Communications Group

Broadcom offers manufacturers a range of broadband communications and consumer electronics system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions that enable voice, video and data services over residential wired and wireless networks. These highly integrated silicon solutions continue to enable the most advanced system solutions on the market, which include digital cable, satellite and IP set-top boxes and media servers, broadband modems and residential gateways, high definition and digital televisions, HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc(TM) players, DVD recorders and personal video recorders.

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Investor's Business Daily
Holiday Season Bodes Well For Chips Sector
Tuesday October 9, 7:00 pm ET
Trang Ho

As the holiday shopping season gets under way in the fourth quarter, Samsung Electronics is launching a new series of cell phones with Broadcom (NasdaqGS:BRCM - News) chips and software inside.

The No. 2 cell phone maker is selling the phones with Broadcom's advanced 3G (third-generation) cellular technology in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and other areas. Samsung also plans to release more products with Broadcom chips for the holiday season.

Deutsche Bank estimates that Samsung will produce 1 million units with Broadcom chips this year and 4 million to 5 million units next year.

"With its greater than 20 diversified product lines, we think Broadcom is among the best positioned to outgrow the broader semi market in 2007-2008," Deutsche Bank analysts said in a note to clients, reiterating their buy rating on the stock. "We believe the company is poised to become a major handset player over the next few years."

New High

Broadcom surged to a 11/2-year peak Monday in heavy trade. It broke out past a 36.94 buy point 14 a 10-month cup-with-handle base. Earnings have declined in the past three quarters on flat sales and were estimated to have fallen 15% in Q3.

But analysts polled by Thomson Financial expect sales growth to accelerate from 3% to 16% over the next four quarters.

The stock is a major component in three chip ETFs: SPDR S&P Semiconductor (AMEX:XSD - News), iShares S&P GSTI Semiconductor Index (NYSE:IGW - News) and ProShares Ultra Semiconductor (AMEX:USD - News), which doubles the daily performance of the Dow Jones U.S. Semiconductors Index.

It's not included in the 30-name PowerShares Dynamic Semiconductor (AMEX:PSI - News), which picks holdings based on fundamental growth, stock valuation, timeliness and risk.

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Rating-Update: Greenwich (aktiencheck.de AG) - Die Analysten von American Technology Research stufen die Aktie von Broadcom (ISIN US1113201073/ WKN 913684) unverändert mit "buy" ein. Das Kursziel werde von 40 auf 45 USD angehoben. (09.10.2007/ac/a/u)

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VDSL2 Chipsets Power ZyXEL's IP DSLAM and CPE Equipment for Chunghwa Telecom's Next Generation Network
Wednesday October 10, 4:05 pm ET
Broadcom(R) VDSL2 Chipsets for Central Office and Customer Premises Equipment Solutions Selected by ZyXEL and Chunghwa Telecom of Taiwan for Deployment in Next Generation IP Services Network

BERLIN, Oct. 10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Broadband World Forum 2007 -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM - News), a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, today announced that its VDSL2 and StrataXGS® Ethernet products have been qualified and selected by Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) of Taiwan for mass deployment in its next generation IP services network. Broadcom's powerful VDSL2 chipsets were originally selected by ZyXEL Corporation for incorporation in the ZyXEL VES-1600 and IES-5005 next generation access products. As a result of this successful engagement, Broadcom and ZyXEL have teamed together to provide VDSL2 IP DSLAM and customer premises equipment (CPE) products to Chunghwa Telecom for its next generation VDSL2 access network.
The selection by CHT provides decisive market validation of the Broadcom® VDSL2 technology and the ongoing collaboration between Broadcom and ZyXEL to develop best-in-class, standards-based solutions for Ethernet aggregation, ITU G.992.1/3/5 ADSL1/2/2+ and ITU G.993.2 VDSL2 access markets. The Chunghwa Telecom VDSL2 award adds to Broadcom's market leading position in ADSL2+/VDSL2 and Ethernet carrier access solutions.

Broadcom silicon and software bring unparalleled, standards-based solutions to the industry, addressing all aspects of sophisticated digital subscriber line (DSL)-based services with Wi-Fi®, VoIP, Ethernet switching, multimedia over coaxial cable (MoCA) and video enabling features including its newly released PhyR(TM) impulse noise protection technology. ZyXEL will supply customer premises equipment including VDSL2 bridges, routers, wireless gateways and VoIP-enabled integrated access devices (IADs) based on Broadcom VDSL2, 10/100 Fast Ethernet switching, 802.11b/g and VoIP chipsets. Broadcom's unique integration of key VDSL2, local area network and VoIP technologies provides an unprecedented blend of performance and accelerated time-to-market across a complete CPE product portfolio.

"In the past, we have worked together with Broadcom to win ADSL DSLAM and Gigabit Ethernet switching contracts from worldwide telecom operators," says Dr. Yuh-Long Chen, President of ZyXEL. "It's truly a pleasure for us to work with Broadcom to win the CHT VDSL2 NGN project. To date, in terms of deployment scale and product specifications, this is the largest and most complex project of its kind in the world. Based on previous successful and extensive overseas VDSL2 deployments, ZyXEL is equipped to duplicate this success in establishing CHT's NGN network and to accelerate MOD and high definition VOD applications in the market. "

"Broadcom's third major win, the NGN deployment with CHT, is an outstanding example of our success in adding industry leading VDSL2 solutions to our broadly deployed and leading ADSL2+ position," said Greg Fischer, Vice President and General Manager of Broadcom's Carrier Access line of business. "CHT requires its vendors to meet a very high performance standard and is a showcase for advanced networks. Our performance, flexibility and competitiveness allow us to support ZyXEL in meeting the demanding requirements set forth by Chunghwa Telecom, a substantial achievement by both engineering teams to provide best-in-class solutions to our mutual customer."

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Broadcom profitiert von neuer Chipgeneration

Der Halbleiterhersteller Broadcom ( WKN 913684 ) profitiert von verbesserten
Umsatzaussichten hinsichtlich seiner neuen Handychip-Generation 'Das Unternehmen
hat einen neuen Multimedia-Chip für Mobiltelefone vorgestellt. Der Prozessor
soll die Nutzung von hoch aufgelösten Videos, 3D-Spielen und einer
12-Megapixel-Kamera ermöglichen. Das beschert dem Unternehmen Großaufträge der
Handyhersteller Nokia und Samsung. Da bisher kein Wettbewerber über ein
ähnliches Produkt verfügt, kommt in der nächsten Zeit kein Handyhersteller an
dem Unternehmen vorbei. Das überzeugt auch die Anleger, die die Aktie kräftig
ordern', weiß Vorhauser. Die Analysten von Lehman Brothers haben das Kursziel
für die Aktie von 25 auf 32 Euro erhöht.

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Broadcom buy

Zürich (aktiencheck.de AG) - Die Analysten der UBS stufen die Aktie von Broadcom (ISIN US1113201073/ WKN 913684) in einer Ersteinschätzung mit "buy" ein. Das Kursziel werde bei 47 USD gesehen. (12.10.2007/ac/a/u)
Analyse-Datum: 12.10.2007

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Press Release Source: Broadcom Corporation; BRCM Mobile & Wireless

Broadcom Leaps Ahead of the Competition with the World's First '3G Phone on a Chip' Solution
Monday October 15, 12:08 am ET
Over a Year Ahead of Competitors, Broadcom Introduces Single-Chip HSUPA Processor
BCM21551 Features Full CMOS RF, Rich Multimedia, Bluetooth(R), FM Radio, FM Transmitter and More, Packed on a Single 65nm Die to Slash Price, Size and Power

IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM - News), a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, today announced a new single-chip HSPA (high-speed packet access) processor that integrates all of the key 3G (third generation) cellular and mobile technologies on an extremely low power, single 65 nanometer CMOS die. Broadcom's new "3G Phone on a Chip" solution enables manufacturers to build next generation 3G HSUPA phones with breakthrough features, sleek form factors and very long battery life, all at a fraction of the cost of today's solutions - driving widespread consumer adoption. Never before has anyone integrated as many radio devices on a single chip, which demonstrates Broadcom's technology leadership in multi-modal CMOS RF technology.

Advancements in mobile phone designs, such as the proliferation of extensive Internet applications and web services, multimedia, high resolution video and still cameras, games and music, are driving a growing demand for faster cellular networks and an appetite for rich multimedia phones that can take advantage of them. HSUPA is often considered the ultimate cellular modem technology. There are already over 900 million subscribers in HSPA enabled networks today, and many network operators are planning massive worldwide deployment of HSUPA over the next several years. Using phones enabled by the new Broadcom® HSUPA processor, consumers will be able to download content at up to 7.2 Megabits per second (Mbps), and upload content such as pictures and videos at up to 5.8Mbps, all directly from their phone. HSUPA technology also holds the promise for much higher quality "live" video conferencing and an array of exciting services and applications.

Announced today is the BCM21551 3G "Phone on a Chip," which combines a high-speed HSUPA 3G baseband, a multi-band radio frequency (RF) transceiver, Bluetooth® 2.1 with enhanced data rate (EDR) technology, an FM radio receiver and an FM radio transmitter (for car stereo music playback). The device also features advanced multimedia processing, up to five Megapixel camera support, and 30 frame per second video with "TV Out," as well as support for the HSUPA, HSDPA, WCDMA and EDGE cellular protocols. It can even be paired with other Broadcom devices, such as Wi-Fi® and GPS, PMU, or the new VideoCore® III mobile multimedia processor. No competing cellular baseband chip has ever achieved this level of integration, which drives down cost, power and size, while enabling an advanced level of functionality. This makes the BCM21551 an ideal choice for both "mass market" high volume 3G "feature phones" as well as smartphones running an open OS such as Symbian®, Windows Mobile®, or Linux®.

"Broadcom has already demonstrated commercial success with its EGPRS single-chip solution and multi-chip 3G solutions," commented Michael Thelander, CEO and Founder of Signals Research Group, LLC. "With this single chip solution, Broadcom is becoming a one-stop supplier of 3G/2G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth silicon solutions and communications software, positioning it to leapfrog many of its competitors from both a technology and market share perspective."

"With what we believe is more than a full year's lead over similar competing products, this new 3G solution should place Broadcom squarely at the head of the hyper-competitive 3G chip race," said Yossi Cohen, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Broadcom's Mobile Platforms Group. "We built upon the success of our single-chip EDGE solution and merely eight months later our engineers not only built a single chip HSUPA solution, but also integrated Bluetooth, FM radio, and the next level of multimedia. This is truly amazing engineering execution, a hallmark of Broadcom. Our investments in multi-modal CMOS RF and high definition multimedia technologies will further widen our mobile technology leadership in the coming years."

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Broadcom (BRCM - Cramer's Take - Stockpickr - Rating) upgraded at Citigroup from Hold to Buy. $52 price target. Networking and broadband should drive a return of revenue and margin growth over the next couple of years.

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Broadcom and Avago Technologies Announce Advanced Features and New Price Points to Drive Bluetooth(R) Laser Mouse Products
Monday October 22, 8:00 am ET
Joint Reference Design Combines Best-in-Class Laser Navigation Sensors and Bluetooth to Enable High Performance Wireless Mice for Mass Market Adoption

IRVINE, Calif. and SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Broadcom Corporation (Nasdaq: BRCM - News), a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, and Avago Technologies, a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications, today jointly announced a new low cost reference design platform for building laser mice based on Bluetooth® technology. The new reference design combines Broadcom's industry-leading Bluetooth silicon and software with Avago's revolutionary LaserStream(TM) mouse sensor technology, reducing the number of required components while simplifying the design process.

The Broadcom®/Avago(TM) reference design enables manufacturers to build full-featured Bluetooth laser mice at a cost that is substantially less than the cost of existing solutions. Laser mouse products based on this reference design will offer high quality performance, one-click pairing (enabled by Broadcom software) and over six months of battery life -- providing an ideal travel mouse solution for Bluetooth-enabled notebook PCs.

Bluetooth laser mice are increasingly popular because they provide more precise tracking over a variety of surfaces without the hassle of cords or cables. This is especially important for those who use mobile PCs in places where a suitable work surface is not always available. As a result, there is an increasing trend in the PC market for laser wireless mice that can track on many more surfaces than optical mice -- especially for mobile PCs and notebooks. Moreover, PC OEMs are now bundling Bluetooth wireless mice and other peripherals to provide a more complete computing system that interoperates and is optimized for use in today's smaller, faster and feature-rich PCs.

The Bluetooth laser mouse reference design includes a new navigation platform developed by Avago, and offers a wide range of high precision optical sensors that incorporate its LaserStream technology and Broadcom Bluetooth technology. This enables mouse manufacturers to build laser wireless mice with the most accurate control at a fraction of the current cost, as well as to offer low power operation that achieves more than six months of battery life. The reference design takes advantage of the fact that Bluetooth technology is already found in nearly 40 percent(i) of today's notebooks and has been developed and continually tuned to co-exist with Wi-Fi®, which also operates in the 2.4 GHz radio frequency, providing a superior user experience than other technologies used in wireless peripherals.

Avago, which pioneered optical sensing for mouse technology, and Broadcom are working with several of the world's leading device manufacturers to bring Bluetooth-enabled laser mice products to market. By leveraging highly integrated components and other cost saving techniques that reduce the overall system cost for PC manufacturers, these partners expect to significantly reduce manufacturing costs.

"As the size and form factor of today's PCs continue to shrink, this miniaturization is driving the requirement for peripheral devices such as computer mice, keyboards and other related devices to be smaller and offer more features," said Kee-Hane Ngoh, Vice President and General Manager, Navigation Products Division, Avago Technologies. "By sharing our design resources and bringing together Avago's best-in-class LaserStream sensor and Broadcom's Bluetooth solution, our companies have set a new standard for laser mouse functionality and cost."

Combining and Enhancing Two Leading Technologies

The new Bluetooth reference design, co-developed by Broadcom and Avago, specifies everything a manufacturer needs to build a three-button laser mouse with a tilt scroll wheel. It incorporates Avago's patented LaserStream technology, which provides high performance and low power laser sensors that deliver fast and accurate mouse control. Utilizing Avago's new second generation LaserStream mouse input device, which is a highly integrated solution to increase productivity and yield rate, this design enables enhanced mouse tracking on glossy, metal, tile, marble and other smooth surfaces where LED-based optical mice are ineffective. Moreover, Avago's LaserStream mouse sensors feature lower power, enhanced mouse tracking and high sensitivity making it ideal for use in high performance PC applications.

Bluetooth is quickly proliferating into many PCs and human interface devices (HID), creating an ecosystem of products that can wirelessly connect for a variety of entertainment and communication applications. As the leading supplier of Bluetooth solutions for these consumer devices, Broadcom is continually improving the Bluetooth experience by making it simpler to use wireless products. The new laser mouse reference design features Broadcom software that allows users to pair Bluetooth devices to their PC with a single keystroke. The application is part of Broadcom's Bluetooth for Windows (BTW) software, which can be pre-installed by PC OEMs or shipped as a CD ROM for after-market installation.

"The value of Bluetooth connectivity increases exponentially for every device that is added to someone's personal area network," said Scott Bibaud, Vice President and General Manager of Broadcom's Wireless Personal Area Networking line of business. "By collaborating with the world's leading supplier of mouse sensors, we are enabling device manufacturers to hit new price points that put high quality Bluetooth peripherals into the hands of more consumers."

The Bluetooth Laser Mouse reference design is available immediately.

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Rating-Update: New York (aktiencheck.de AG) - Die Analysten von Caris & Company stufen die Aktie von Broadcom (ISIN US1113201073/ WKN 913684) unverändert mit "buy" ein. Die Aktie stelle eine solide Wachstumsstory dar. (23.10.2007/ac/a/u)

Ein kleiner Hinweis ,Texas Instruments Ausblick ist verhalten weil es große Kunden ( Nokia ) an Broadcom verloren hat.

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Leider sehr schwache Q-Zahlen.
Bin über Stopp mit mini Gewinn raus.Schade.:( Hatte ich nicht erwartet

Schaue mir die weitere Entwickelung erstmal an.

Gruß hope2

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.131.364 von hope2 am 24.10.07 11:51:47Auch hier lagen die Anal-ysten mal wieder voll daneben!:D
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 32.137.889 von Datteljongleur am 24.10.07 18:48:10Wohl wahr.

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mir fällt auf, das letzte woche ziemlich viele aktien mit gab nach unten eingebrochen sind.
die schätzungen für die quartalsgewinne sind wohl allgemein zu optimistisch eingeschätzt worden. eigentlich ein schlechtes zeichen für den gesamtmarkt.
Überraschend noch besser geworden. Da kann man nicht meckern.

Norfolk (aktiencheck.de AG) - Die Norfolk Southern Corp. (ISIN US6558441084/ WKN 867028) meldete am Dienstag nach US-Börsenschluss, dass ihr Gewinn im ersten Quartal 2008 trotz höherer Treibstoffkosten leicht gestiegen ist. Dennoch wurden damit die Erwartungen verfehlt. Beim Umsatz hingegen verzeichnete die viertgrößte Eisenbahngesellschaft in den USA einen unerwarteten Anstieg.

Der Nettogewinn belief sich auf 291 Mio. Dollar bzw. 76 Cents pro Aktie, nach 285 Mio. Dollar bzw. 71 Cents pro Aktie im Vorjahr. Der Umsatz erhöhte sich von 2,25 Mrd. Dollar auf 2,50 Mrd. Dollar.

Analysten waren im Vorfeld von einem Gewinn von 78 Cents (Anzeige)

pro Aktie und einem Umsatz von 2,35 Mrd. Dollar ausgegangen. Für das laufende zweite Quartal 2008 sehen sie ein EPS von 1,06 Dollar bei Erlösen von 2,50 Mrd. Dollar.

Die Aktie von Norfolk Southern schloss heute an der NYSE bei 61,14 Dollar. Nachbörslich verliert der Titel 3,42 Prozent auf 59,05 Dollar. (22.04.2008/ac/n/a)

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